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Naturopath sued for wrongful death

A naturopath is being sued for wrongful death by the parents of a boy who died after being treated by the naturopath. The 19 year old boy had terminal cancer and he died of an infection that led to pneumonia after the naturopath treated him by removing the boy's blood an treating it with UV light and then returning it again. He used unsterile procedures and was not qualified to undertake such a treatment.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Rocky Mountain News

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About: Naturopath sued for wrongful death

Date: October 2004

Source: Rocky Mountain News

Author: Sue Lindsay


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